BILL BINNEY WITH MICHELLE HOLIDAY: WE HAVE IT ALL
Tehran Times, May 26, 2020 – International
TEHRAN – Robert David Steele, a former Marine Corps infantry officer and CIA spy as well as an activist for Open Source Everything Engineering (OSEE), contributes regularly to Tehran Times.
The interview reveals three findings from a year-long investigation into short selling by financial institutions…
Louisville, Kentucky, US – WEBWIRE – Thursday, May 21, 2020
DarkCyber, a video news program, interviewed Robert David Steele, a former Central Intelligence Agency professional. Steele publishes books about intelligence strategy and procedures. In a conversation with DarkCyber’s Stephen E Arnold, Steele reported that a major lawsuit is about to be filed in New York City after a multi-year investigation into the practice of what financial specialists call “naked short selling.” The term of art means that an individual trades in financial assets without owning these assets or having access to the assets. The practice is a violation of US law.
The exclusive interview is available on Vimeo at https://vimeo.com/419712751.
Beyond Search, May 18, 2020
In a conversation with former CIA professional Robert David Steele, DarkCyber learned of an impending legal action. Steele revealed in a video conference information about naked short selling, a Wall Street tactic to make money outside the boundaries of existing rules and regulations. DarkCyber obtained permission to create a summary of Steele’s main points. You can view the six minute exclusive at this link. In the question-and-answer session, Mr. Steele referenced additional information about this matter. You can access some associated information at:
All across America, Wall Street is grabbing money meant for public workers
Rolling Stone, 10 October 2013
Raimondo’s strategy for saving money involved handing more than $1 billion – 14 percent of the state fund – to hedge funds, including a trio of well-known New York-based funds: Dan Loeb’s Third Point Capital was given $66 million, Ken Garschina’s Mason Capital got $64 million and $70 million went to Paul Singer’s Elliott Management.
The state’s workers, in other words, were being forced to subsidize their own political disenfranchisement, coughing up at least $200 million to members of a group that had supported anti-labor laws.
This is the third act in an improbable triple-fucking of ordinary people that Wall Street is seeking to pull off as a shocker epilogue to the crisis era.
Baker reported that, had public pension funds not been invested in the stock market and exposed to mortgage-backed securities, there would be no shortfall at all.
It’s a scam of almost unmatchable balls and cruelty, accomplished with the aid of some singularly spineless politicians. And it hasn’t happened overnight. This has been in the works for decades, and the fighting has been dirty all the way.
Union leaders all over the country have started to figure out the perils of hiring a bunch of overpriced Wall Street wizards to manage the public’s money.